Special characters are non-alphabetic or non-numeric characters. For example: @, #, $, %, &, * and +
Strong passwords are typically between 12-96 characters long. They are usually mixed with special, alphabetic and numeric characters and use both upper and lower-case characters. Strong passwords shouldn’t be stored on your computer and should be unique to an individual program or account.
EZPD’s software is designed to customize passwords to meet your requirements. You can select to exclude certain symbols, or only include alpha and numeric values within EZPD’s software.
Storing a password means a site keeps your password somewhere on their server. Whether the site encrypts their data or not, stored passwords are vulnerable to hackers. Unlike other password managers, EZPD does not store your password.
No, EZPD is not a password manager. It does not store your passwords in a file or remote location. It is a unique password generating and regenerating software. EZPD regenerates the same password when you need to access a password protected file, or log in to an internet account. Since it does not store your passwords in any file or place, it is secure.
No, EZPD software is node-locked, which means only authorized computers can access your information. This is to protect your unique passwords and make them secure. If you have multiple licenses, you can select additional computers to share EZPD passwords with.
Once inside the program, you can click the account of your choice and “load password information”. By pasting (press “Ctrl” and “v”) in a text file or internet account, you can view your password. Learn more about password generation.
No problem. In fact, we encourage users to delete license files to an added layer of protection. Anytime you need access, EZPD can email your license file. After reinstalling the program, you can access your unique regenerated passwords with ease. You can download your license file unlimited times.
ADDITIONAL TIPS & TRICKS
After you download EZPD you will receive a license file and an information file. Keep in mind:
- These files are meaningless to other devices, so even if they are visible, your passwords won’t be compromised.
- You can redownload your license file, unlimited times.
- If you keep your license file in your email, you can delete it from your computer for an extra level of security.
- You can also backup your information file on a USB.
- Another way to protect your information is by storing your EZPD information in an encrypted folder accessible by password only.
For accessibility, create a shortcut from EZPD and place it on your desktop or taskbar.